Showers Pass Hi Vis Elite Jacket - Women's

Showers Pass Hi Vis Elite Jacket - Women's
Showers Pass Hi Vis Elite Jacket - Women's
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Hi Vis Elite Jacket - Women's by Showers Pass
When your commute promises to be a cold, rainy affair, pull on the Showers Pass Women's Hi Vis Elite Jacket. Designed to address two of your biggest concerns, this jacket is built to keep you dry and visible when the day is wet and gray. The Showers Pass approach to keeping you visible on the road is threefold. First, they cut the jacket from a highly visible neon green body fabric. Second, they integrated MapReflect printed side panels to increase visibility to motorists at night. Finally, four removable LED beacon lights boost visibility with 3 flashing modes. In addition to enhancing safety, the Hi Vis Elite Jacket delivers reliable performance thanks to its 3-layer ripstop construction and fully taped seams which work together to shield you from precipitation. A brushed lining boosts warmth to keep you comfortable despite dipping temperatures, while core vents and a large back vent keep air flowing so you won't overheat. Adjustable cuffs help seal out the elements and regulate airflow whether you're commuting or headed out for a weekend training ride.

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SKU: SHO001I
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